associated to Harmoniecorps Tuindorp

Tom Wolfs

Tom Wolfs (Geleen, 1989) studied clarinet at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Arno Piters and Hans Colbers and obtained his master cum laude in 2014. Simultaneously with his studies at the conservatory, Tom studied Musicology at the University of Amsterdam. In the same year he received his diploma for the master Arts and Culture (Musicology). Tom is a member of the Netherlands Wind Ensemble and the Nieuw Amsterdam Clarinet Quartet and regularly acts as a substitute with the Gelders Orkest, the Residentie Orkest, Philharmonie Zuidnederland, the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Since 2008 Tom has been giving clarinet lessons in and around Amsterdam. As a true Burgundian, Tom loves cooking and a good glass of wine. It turned out to be inevitable in this matter, and in 2017 he successfully completed the Vinologist training.

Sophie Schreurs

Sophie Schreurs (1998) was born in Sevenum in Limburg and studied clarinet at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Harmen de Boer and Arno Piters. In 2022 she achieved her master's degree. Sophie has been employed by the Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy since 2021. Previously she was part of the Jong Nederlands Blazers Ensemble and the Jeugd Orkest Nederland. She has substituted with, among others, the Phion, the Netherlands Wind Ensemble, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy, and the Orchestra of the Royal Netherlands Air Force. Since 2019 Sophie is one of the clarinet teachers at Harmoniecorps Tuindorp.

Rosanne van Bers

Rosanne van Bers (Zeist, 1998) started taking flute lessons at the local harmony in Maarn when she was seven. After obtaining her VWO diploma, she started her bachelor's degree in Classical Flute at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, where she has been studying with Jeroen Bron since 2016. Rosanne took master classes with Emily Beynon, William Bennett, Mario Caroli and Silvia Careddu, among others. Rosanne currently plays in many different chamber music ensembles, the young Netherlands Wind Ensemble and the flute sextet 6sense, founded by Emily Beynon. She took methodology lessons with Thies Roorda and Wieke Karsten. In 2018 Rosanne followed the Music as a Subject - music education course according to the Kodály method and is studying how this method can best be translated into flute lessons.